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Poster: Stealz Date: Sep 9, 2008 5:21am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

"feel free to ask-who the fuck are you DW666-it's a fair question-"

Who the fuck are you, DW666? Not that I really care, I just figured since you gave permission to ask and said it was fair, that I'd oblige.

I for one greatly appreciate being told how bad this forum sucks and how newbie, first-time-posting trolls are ruining the fun for everyone. All of this coming from a Grateful LMA etree Dead.org archive forums expert who has posted 14 times total starting June 20th of this year.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, I am really lol so hard too.

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Poster: spacedface Date: Sep 9, 2008 6:41am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum AKA Stick a Fork in It

The newbies aren't the agent-trolls with the ego problems looking to support right-wing views with bipolar alter-identities.

But the reviews and analysis ARE good.

And who can deny that the Dead are missing something, including new material? Even the 80s and 90s GD is more interesting than the product of the current efforts.

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Poster: secret8476 Date: Sep 9, 2008 6:12am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

So, lemme get this straight- DW666 logged on here just to post negative comments about the remaining members of Grateful Dead getting together, try to convince us of our Bashing abilities because we critique alot of these past performances we love, and then, being so insightful enough as to remind us that Jerry's dead.

DW666 - your a tool. Don't sit there and say "i wish Bobby, Mickey, Billy and Phil the best" when ALL of US are the reason their legacy is still alive. And then leave a second post saying *face it, he's dead* You sound like a real jacka$$ when you talk like that. And in the same breath you say you love the Grateful Dead?

I just started posting here a couple months ago and lemme tell ya - I have found a more intelligent crowd to discuss things with here then I have anywhere else and perhaps if you were not the fly in the clam dip of life you would realize that. I think you do realize it and thats why you come here to post your crap comments. I think it goes to show alot about a person when you don't have anything nice to say, instead of not saying anything at all, you spew b.s. from your mouth and come out sounding like idiot by posting on a forum you prolly visit less then twice a month. I stick to my original immpression - your a tool.

That being said - hey, three cheers to WHOEVER wants to reunite (like the Stones after their 5th retirement tour) and for what ever reason (a rainforest benefit - to suppport Obama - whatever) and whoever wants to travel the milage and pay the price to see em. Im pretty damn sure we will all still be here after its said and done to talk about it anyway. Mebbe if we are lucky, we won't have tools trolling our forums afterwards to put in their two cents worth.

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Poster: DW666 Date: Sep 9, 2008 7:10pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

the 'he' that 'he lives' is referring to is not jerry garcia-
anyway that's what i always thought-i could be wrong about that-so if it's not jerry you figure out who he means-i suppose it was a nasty remark

edit/later: i did a little research and it looks like i've been wrong about
'he lives'-i guess maybe he was always referring to jerry-it does have a slightly religious ring to it and he got a little grief one time after seemingly
comparing jesus and jerry

and i am certainly not posting negative comments about the remaining members of the band getting together-i'm referring to the negative comments from others-i think most picked up on that

i especially love what phil is doing these days-i haven't heard as much ratdog
but i always enjoy it when i do

so anyway i've been following this forum for a long time now-
maybe i have more posts than it seems-it should be no surprise to anyone that has been paying attention that some are posting under nom de plumes

my original post at the top was written after a very long tiring day at work-
it was mostly meant as a comment that so many posting here these days
seem like they don't really even like the band that much-and some of those comments are coming from first time posters or nearly first time-like that
donna bashing post-notice that he came back at the end and tried to let on like he wasn't bashing-whatever

i keep checking in on a regular basis to get the informative posts from
all of the old regulars who are still around-william tell-liamfinnegan-tigerbolt-lobster12-patkelleypa-arbuthnot and ashes are especially civilized and informed-and all the rest

except who has noticed that someone in particular isn't coming around anymore-not in several weeks-someone that always had good things to say-i think he did kind of blow up at noisecollector one time but he was probably just having a bad day-i'm not going to say his name but anyone that has been paying attention would have noticed also-and i DW am not him-just saying

and ducats-how old are you-what do you look like-anyway blow me

see ya all around-don't stick a fork in it-have fun

This post was modified by DW666 on 2008-09-10 02:10:11

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Sep 10, 2008 5:49am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

Usually people who put 666 in their handles are young kids trying to be aimlessly anti athoritarian or terrorists trying to "strike fear" with "mystical" numbers us infidels reacte to- 666, 911, 777 etc.

They are just trying to get a rise out of you without promoting free music in return.

Satan may have stacked the decks against us lately, but his minions are not even loyal to him and their struggle for power within the DNC will give princess leah and yoda all the room to win election.

Darth vader will be convincing, but it's just jedi mind tricks. Yoda has been on the council a long time and has much more experience than vader. His silent partner, emporer pulpotine is really pulling the strings and has a long history of lies, deceit and treachery that is well know. The young princess will be dragged through the mud of pigs with lipstick on but she will still be hot in a a few important ways. Yoda may look old and feeble but his battle scarred body holds a strong unbendable mind that can take anything the galactic federation, the clones or the empire can dish out.

Use the force.

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My pictures go places (click 'em)

Although the song is old, the lyrics mean more now than ever, weird huh?

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Poster: jglynn1.2 Date: Sep 10, 2008 8:00am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

This may be the funniest lyric yet

"Deadman is a rock star, and so is Digi Heartatak"

Keep em coming

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Sep 10, 2008 9:20am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: LMA Grateful Dead Forum Stick a Fork in It

"And Chino (the french pimp) is a rock star, but only by smokin crack"